Whole House Remodel Pt 1: A 1970’s Kitchen Transformation

We recently completed a whole house remodel for our clients in Arlington, TX. This extensive project involved touching every room in the house: the kitchen, living areas, bedrooms, master bathroom, and secondary bathrooms. The completed renovations have completely transformed the dated home with a beautiful aesthetic and significantly improved functionality!

Our team is excited to share the details of this major project and intend to do so with a 4-part series of blogs, starting with the kitchen:

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Medford Design-Build Promotes Kourtney Davis to General Manager

The Medford Team is happy to announce that Kourtney Davis has been promoted to General Manager of Medford Design-Build! She replaces Mike Medford, Sr. who will continue working with the Design team as Corporate President and will continue to provide leadership and guidance to the management team.

Kourtney will be responsible for the day to day operations of the Design-Build part of Medford while providing leadership to the team to ensure best practices and processes are followed and that we continue to provide high-quality service to our clients. Read more

Vendor Spotlight: Bailey Cabinets

If you have done your research about home remodeling, you know that the quality of your cabinets can make or break your renovation. As a professional design-build firm, we take great pride in each of our remodeling projects and strive to ensure that every component – cabinets in particular—are built to the absolute highest standard. For that reason, we have worked with Bailey Cabinets for over 30 years! We are happy to shine the spotlight on them as our featured vendor for this month! Read more

Once a Formal Dining Room, Now a Custom Home Bar!

Our featured project last month was a beautiful kitchen remodel we recently completed in Southlake, Texas. Our client’s main goal was to create a more open-concept floor plan and update the interior of their 1990’s home. The project involved completely renovating the kitchen, removing some walls, and relocating the dining room into the larger space that was originally the formal living room. At the end of that blog post, we mentioned that we also designed and built a custom home bar in place of the original formal dining room, just on the other side of the new kitchen. This month, we’d like to share the details of this stunning home bar, from design to completion! Read more

A 1940’s Home Gets a New “Heart”

 
 

 
 
If you’ve read very many of our blogs or followed our posts on social media, you’ve probably heard us refer to the kitchen as the “heart of the home.” This title perfectly represents the space as a central hub for entertaining guests, enjoying family, and celebrating holidays and events. Part of the reason our team takes such pride in renovating kitchens specifically is because they play such a big role in the lives of our clients. The memorable sounds and smells that resonate from the kitchen flow throughout the rest of the house like a heartbeat. The humble title has never been more fitting than for our recent kitchen remodel in a 1940’s home.
 
 
The layout of the Fort Worth property is structured so that the kitchen is located in the very middle of the house. Because it was built shortly after the recession, the floor plan was very small and modest. A few years ago, the master bedroom was added on to the back of the house, requiring our clients to walk through the entire kitchen and the laundry room just to get to their bedroom. Not only was this a hassle, but it also created unwanted traffic through the already crowded kitchen. Our clients knew it was time for a change, so they sought the help of our designers to find a solution to their dilemma.
 
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